Service used to monitor condor jobs on a condor cluster.
This code is being released purely to be more open. A complete rewrite in Clojure is currently in development. This code is primarily intended as a reference.
Note: The following instructions assume you are running as root. Throw sudo on the front of there if you're not
Use yum to install the monitor on whatever machine you wish to use it on:
root:~# yum install iplant-monitor
To start and stop the service use the service program:
root:~# service iplant-monitor start root:~# service iplant-monitor stop root:~# service iplant-monitor restart
This will start condor monitor under the condor user.
To see if the monitor is running use the status command:
root:~# service iplant-monitor status
Or ps magic:
root:~# ps -few | grep monitor
The configuration for condor monitor lives in 2 different places. The main configuration files are located here:
/etc/iplant-condormonitor.conf /usr/local/lib/node/iplant-monitor/condor_q.conf /usr/local/lib/node/iplant-monitor/condor_history.conf
Log rotate lives under
/etc/logrotate.d/iplant-monitor (as is standard).